Suzuki Alto cars for sale

Suzuki Alto (09-14) - rated 3 out of 5

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188 used Suzuki Alto cars for sale

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Search new and used Suzuki Alto cars for sale on Parkers. You can browse thousands of cars for sale in the UK in our easy-to-navigate classified adverts. Then, using our search tools, narrow your search to find the perfect Suzuki near you for a price that’s within your budget.

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FAQs

Frequently asked questions about the Suzuki Alto

  • What is the Suzuki Alto?
  • Suzuki’s smallest car for the UK market until it was discontinued in 2014, the Alto is actually one of the brand’s most popular models worldwide. The most recent model was launched into the UK in 2009, whereupon it established itself as a rather cheap and slightly nasty alternative to the likes of the Toyota Aygo.

    Suzuki’s job got even harder in the 2010s, when the introduction of city cars such as the Kia Picanto or Volkswagen Up proved that even the smallest models can still be satisfying to own. Lacking practicality as well as desirability, towards the end of its life the Alto was only really notable for its simple, reliable nature and its rock-bottom purchase price. As for the earlier model, it’s more of the same – but it takes cheap and tinny to the next level, and isn’t a car we’d recommend.
  • Which versions of the Suzuki Alto are available?
  • Choosing an Alto is easy – the final generation only came with one engine and a few trim levels. Manual or automatic gearboxes were available – the latter actually not too bad a choice, considering its humble origins. As for equipment, it was limited, with base model cars coming with keep-fit window winders and throwbacks such as manually-adjustable door mirrors. It’s worth looking around for a top-spec car with air-conditioning as a bare minimum.
  • Is the Suzuki Alto good to drive?
  • The Alto is nippy enough around town but desperately tinny at higher speeds – there’s simply too much wind and road noise, and the ultra-lightweight body gets thrown about by crosswinds. A Volkswagen Up makes for a much more relaxing long-distance companion. The little Suzuki is an adequate companion for a quick blitz around the city, but not a great deal more than that.
  • Should I buy a Suzuki Alto?
  • Possibly, if you can find one that’s very cheap. The Suzuki Alto isn’t a fantastic car, and when it was new similarly-priced rivals simply blew it out of the water. But the used market has equalised things a bit, and chances are if you can find a fully-serviced example it’ll last you for a long, long time. Just don’t expect to enjoy it too much.
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Suzuki Alto specifications

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